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The president went on the attack after the secretary of state's foul-mouthed tirade was reported by the nonprofit media organization.
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Bryant died in a helicopter crash on Sunday, alongside his daughter Gianna.
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On Sunday, Trump ominously alluded to a "price" the California representative will eventually pay for his involvement in ongoing impeachment proceedings.
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Veterans of Foreign Wars said it couldn't "stand idle" after Trump's "misguided" comments about troop injuries following a recent attack by Iran.
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The treasury secretary's wife said she stands with the climate activist, adding: "I don't have a degree in economics either."
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The latest bombshell tape could be just the beginning.
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Homophobic Franco nostalgists are using the controversy over Catalonia’s 2017 independence vote to polarize what was once a beacon of tolerance in Europe.
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After enacting restrictive anti-abortion measures, Missouri's Republican governor now faces the lone Democrat holding statewide office for reelection.
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Trump floated plans for a "see-through" border wall and boasted he could have beaten former President Barack Obama in 2012.
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Twitter critics called BS after the secretary of state indicated Mary Louise Kelly misidentified Bangladesh as Ukraine in the president's map challenge.
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The video, published in full by PBS NewsHour, was filmed at a private dinner.
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Warren has the "vision and the temperament to push an unequal America in the right direction," the editorial board concluded.
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Three Holocaust survivors share their concerns about the uptick in anti-Semitism in the U.S. — and reveal what gives them hope.
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The president did nothing wrong, his defenders said over and over.
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The president was particularly pummeled via the viral #IGotKickedOutOfSpaceForce trend.
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The Massachusetts lawmaker challenged the education secretary to "say this to my face."
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Instead of barnstorming Iowa before the Feb. 3 caucuses, senators are stuck in Washington as jurors in President Donald Trump’s impeachment case.
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The newspaper’s board said “the hard evidence” will eventually catch up to them “whether they ignore it or not.”
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The lead impeachment manager implored senators to "give America a fair trial. She's worth it."
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Republicans have struggled to defend the president's own words as the Senate impeachment trial plays out.